Monday, May 13, 2013

Nokia introduces £65 budget phone with 48 DAYS of standby battery life

Nokia is out to make headlines recently - but this may dazzle many low budget buyers.

Nokia introduces Asha 501 priced at £65 is a low budget phone for those who cannot affords a smartphone. The Asha 501 boasts of 17 hours talk time, 56 hours of music playback and a phenomenal 48 DAYS of standby time on 2G networks.

Besides, Nokia has worked with developers such as Facebook and Twitter to make apps for the phone.

Nokia's bombshell low budget phone comes at a time when Apple is believed to be preparing a budget version of its iPhone with a plastic case, which could go on sale later this year according to some reports.

The Asha 501 will come in red, blue, black, yellow, white and green while its hardware is set to include a 3″ multi-touch screen, Wifi and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as 3.2 Mega Pixel camera and a MicroSD memory option, which is expandable up to 32 GB.

However, it may be added that The Asha 501 will not support 3G or 4G data speeds, though the phone will comes equipped with the new Nokia Xpress Browser.

The Asha 501 will be available in Asia Pacific, India, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Europe starting June 2013 for an unsubsidized cost of £65  ($99), a Nokia spokesperson told ABC News.

Watch the video below:

( via Mail Online )
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